Family Therapy Review: Preparing for Comprehensive and Licensing Examinations

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SUGGESTED FURTHER READING

Island, D., & Letellier, P. (1991). Men who beat the men who love them: Battered gay men and domestic violence. New York: Harrington Park Press.

Highlights research on violence and HIV in these relationships.

Murphy, D. A., Marelich, W. D., Dello Stritto, M. E., Swendeman, D., & Witkin, A. (2002). Mothers living with HIV/AIDS: Mental, physical, and family functioning. AIDS Care, 14 (5), 633–644.

A study of 135 HIV-infected mothers.

Nichols, J. E., Speer, D. C, Watson, B. I, Watson, M. R., Vergon, T. L., Vallee, C. M., et al. (2002). Aging with HIV: Psychological, social, and health issues. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Presents information on an often-ignored segment of HIV-infected individuals.

Ritter, K. Y., & Terndrup, A. I. (2002). Handbook of affirmative psychotherapy with lesbians and gay men. New York: Guilford Press.

Aims to increase sensitivity to gay and lesbian client needs.

Tate, D., Paul, R. H., Flanigan, T. P., Tahima, K., Nash, J., Adair, C, et al. (2003). The impact of apathy and depression on quality of life in patients infected with HIV AIDS Patient Care & STD 's, 1 7 (3), 115–120.

Discusses the impact of apathy on mental health and quality of life.


REFERENCES

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. (2001). AAMFT Code of Ethics. Access: http://www. aamft.org/resources/LRMPlan/Ethics/ethicscode2001.asp

American Counseling Association. (1999). ACA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. Access: http://www. counseling.org/resources/codeofethics.htm

American Medical Association. (2003). H–20915 HIV/AIDS reporting, confidentiality, and notification. AMA Policy Finder, A–03. Access: http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/noindex/category/11760.html

Bor, R., Elford, J., Perry, J., & Miller, R. (1988). AIDS/HIV in the work of family therapy trainees. Journal of Family Therapy, 10, 375–382.

Boyd-Franklin, N., Aletnan, J. C, Jean-Gilles, M. M., & Lewis, S. Y. (1995). Cultural sensitivity and competence: African-American, Latino, and Haitian families with HIV/AIDS, hi N. Boyd-Franklin, G. L. Steiner, & M.G. Bo\and (E6s.), Children, families and HIV: Psychosocial and therapeutic issues (pp. 115–126). New York: Guilford Press.

Carten, A. J. & Fennoy, I. (1997). African American Families and HIV/AIDS: Caring for surviving children. Child Welfare, 76, 107–125.

Centers for Disease Control. (1993). Update: Barrier protection against HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 42. (USGPO Publication No. 1993–799–131). Atlanta, GA.

Centers for Disease Control. (1994). Recommendations of the U.S. Public Health Service Task Force on the Use of Zidovudine to Reduce Perinatal Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 42. (USGPO Publication No. 1993–799–131). Atlanta, GA.

Centers for Disease Control. (1995). HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, 7 (2), 1–38.

Centers for Disease Control. (1996). HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, 5 (2), 1–40.

Centers for Disease Control. (1998a). HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, 10 (2), 1–43.

Centers for Disease Control. (1998b). What is AIDS? What causes AIDS?

Centers for Disease Control. (1995). HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, 7 (2), 1–38.

Centers for Disease Control. (1996). HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, 14, 1–40.

Centers for Disease Control. (2003a). What is AIDS? Access: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pubs/faq/faq2.html

Centers for Disease Control. (2003b). What causes AIDS? Access: http://www.cdc.gov/his/pubs/faq/faq36.html

Centers for Disease Control. (2003c). Can I get HIV from oral sex? Access: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pubs/faq/faql9.htm

Centers for Disease Control. (2003d). Can I get HIV from mosquitoes? Access: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pubs/faq/ faq2.htm

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